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Coshocton KOA Events
Art & Play at Your Camp Site
We are making some changes in our activities for everyone's safety during this time of defeating COVID-19. We moved our Roadtrippin' USA theme to next year (yes, our 2021 calendar is now open!) and are making way to a green & very localized, kind of adventure this season - Art & Play at Your Camp Site!
Our activities for this season will focus on exploring and being inspired by nature to create art at your camp site.
It's all about fun activities that we can do while doing "social distancing." We may not be creating art and playing games together in the pavilion like we always did but we can still do it collectively while keeping safe in your own camp site.
So put your scavenging hats on! Materials for a specific craft like leaves, twigs, rocks could be collected in our woods during your nature walk and turn them into a work of art at your camp site.
Weekend activities include:
Self Guided Nature Walk in our spacious Woodland Area
Nature/Recycled Art: We'll be providing a guide and materials for a specific craft. You may also bring your own arts and crafts materials like crayons, paint, etc.
Campfire Fun: Our camp store is full of fun items that can make your campfire moments fun and memorable.
Details for each weekend activity and craft will be announced soon and will be included in your Get Ready for Your Stay email.
Coshocton Sunflower Festival
Experience the Joy of Living Sunshine! Our very own sunflower festival features over 3 acres and 20 varieties of sunflowers from 2ft tall fuzzy teddy bears to 12 ft tall skyscrapers. Campers will get to enjoy food trucks, a beer garden, live music, craft vendors, kids activities, and most of all the beautiful sunflower field. No extra fee for campers. Admission is included when you camp with us! Not camping? Everyone is welcome to this event! Tickets for the public are for sale at https://www.coshoctonsunflowerfestival.com/
Our very own sunflower festival features over 3 acres and 20 varieties of sunflowers from 2ft tall fuzzy teddy bears to 12 ft tall skyscrapers.
Campers will get to enjoy food trucks, a beer garden, live music, craft vendors, kids activities, and most of all the beautiful sunflower field.
No extra fee for campers. Admission is included when you camp with us!
Not camping? Everyone is welcome to this event! Tickets for the public are for sale at https://www.coshoctonsunflowerfestival.com/
This weekend we have an on site tasting planned for Friday evening and a guided tour planned for Saturday.
More details to come!
In hidden corners, discover the secret treasures of the maze: cold, clean and tasty craft beer! You may never want to find your way out!
If you do pop out of the maze you'll enjoy a food truck, live music, and a cozy campfire. Grab another of your favorite beer at the cash bar.
This is a ticketed event open to the public. Campers may purchase tickets ahead of time or upon arrival. For public admission tickets must be purchased in advance to guarantee admission.
A ticket link will be added when available.
Value Kard Appreciation Weekend
VKR Appreciation Weekend is designed exclusively for Value Kard Rewards holders to say thanks for your loyalty and for trusting your camping memories to us. On this late-summer weekend, we gather to celebrate friends, family and fun in the great outdoors we all adore.
Value Kard Rewards holders stay as a paying guest on Friday, September 18 and get Saturday, September 19 for FREE.
Giant Corn Maze Adventure
For the 6th year, Coshocton KOA will be getting you lost in the stalks at our giant corn maze! Packed full of fun games for ages 0-99 we are confident you will find the ultimate fall fun in our fields.
Essential to all fall festivals, we have hay rides, pumpkins, food, and the amazing corn box!
Halloween Weekend 1
What's a camping season without Halloween? At Coshocton KOA we do it BIG! Grab your costume, grab your decorations, and live large in October. Oh, yeah, you might want to bring your sense of direction too because the corn maze is in full swing!
-Trick or Treat
-Site decorating contest with great prizes!
Halloween Weekend 2
Camp, pick a pumpkin, get lost in a corn maze, trick-or-treat, enjoy the Fall breeze. Yes, you can do it all at Coshocton KOA on an Autumn weekend. Oh yeah, each October weekend has a food truck too! We'll see you this October for a stress free weekend!
-Trick or Treat
-Site decorating contest with great prizes!
-Free Corn Maze Admission for Campers!
Halloween Weekend 3
Keep the family busy in the best camping season: Fall! We're still going strong at the corn maze. Enjoy the food truck and get cozy around the campfire. You'll get your fill of sweets at our trick-or-treat.
Each Halloween weekend has a site decorating contest with great prizes. Bring out your creative side :-)
Halloween Weekend 4
Road Trippin' in the USA! - 2021 Campground Theme
In 2019, we went around the world and visited a different country each weekend. For 2021, we're keeping it in the USA and traveling from State to State! Route 66 Itinerary April May June Rollin' on the Great River Road Itinerary June July The Continental Divide Itinerary August
16 - 17 Illinois
23 - 24 Missouri
Apr 30 - May Kansas
7 - 8 Oklahoma
14 - 15 Texas
21- 22 New Mexico
28 - 29 Arizona
4 - 5 California
11 - 12 Minnesota
18 - 19 Wisconsin
25 - 26 Iowa
2 - 3 Kentucky
9 - 10 Arkansas
16 - 17 Tennessee
23 - 24 Mississippi
30 - 31 Louisiana
6 - 7 Montana
20 - 21 Wyoming
27 - 28 Colorado
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For 2021, we're keeping it in the USA and traveling from State to State!
Route 66 Itinerary
Rollin' on the Great River Road Itinerary
The Continental Divide Itinerary
Missouri - Route 66 Road Trip
The Gateway to the West and the home of Mark Twain. Paddle along the river with us as we travel through Missouri
Minnesota - Great River Road Trip
Iowa - Great River Road Trip
Kentucky - Great River Road Trip
Arkansas - Great River Road Trip
Montana - Continental Divide Road Trip
We're going to start our continental divide journey in Montana. If you're on the divide and look east the rivers head to the Atlantic, look west and the water heads to the pacific. These are some of the highest places in the country.
Montana is Big Sky Country. From the prairies in the east to the mountains of Yellowstone in the west Montana is a far cry from the woods and fields of Ohio. Come with us and see what's there!